Highlights from reviveTX

What an amazing 50 days!  We saw people healed and people giving their lives to Christ daily.  On the first week, we were challenged to ask the Lord to give us the desires of our heart.  I asked the Lord to give me an opportunity to baptize someone.  The Lord doubled my portion.  I not only baptized one sister in Christ, I baptized two.  Matthew 28:19 “Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.

My favorite healing story is about Lonnie.  The healing took place at a “Revive Taco Party” in a neighborhood park.  Several of us laid hands on him and began praying for his arthritic hands to be healed.  After many short powerful prayers, the pain in his hands left and he was able to straighten his ring finger!  Matthew 10:7-8 “As you go, proclaim this message: ‘The kingdom of heaven has come near.’ Heal the sick, raise the dead, cleanse those who have leprosy, drive out demons.  Freely you have received; freely give.”


Highlights from reviveWI

Romans 15:1-7  

One of the most enjoyable days centered a round the homeless.  Our team arrived at the Salvation Army in time to assist with serving the donated food items to all who came.  It gave us an opportunity to first meet their physical needs before meeting their spiritual ones.  While driving back towards the church, we noticed several homeless under the gazebo.  We talked to them for about an hour and they asked US if we could pray for them.  What an honor!  We provided them hygiene bags the girls from the Restoration House made and they were delighted.

Another cherished memory during reviveWI happened the afternoon I shared how much I wanted a picture of the mountains.  As our team reached the overlook, we saw a rainbow!  Dennis declared Joel 2:28-32 over the land.  When he finished, the clouds were in the shape of a shofar!  To our left, the rain\Holy Spirit filled the mountainside!  What a mighty God we serve!


Highlights from reviveIN

On the morning before I was supposed to leave for reviveIN, my gramma had a stroke.  I knew that afternoon my mission field was going to be on the home front.  The following Tuesday, they moved her to Sanctuary Hospice House.  There, I was drawn to pray for the gentleman (Jessie) in the room next to hers.  During the prayer, he didn’t say a word.  I shared with him how much the Lord loved him and was pursuing him.  The following day, I went through the scriptures with him.  I asked if he believed in his heart God raised Jesus from the dead for his sins and he nodded his head yes.  The nurse encouraged him to confess it with his mouth and he said “I believe Christ died and rose from the grave and He is now my Savior.  With tear filled eyes, we all rejoiced and explained the angels were celebrating with us!  Then, the Lord put the song “Reckless Love” on my heart and I knew Jessie was the one I left the 99 for, amen?______________________________________________________________________________

Highlights from reviveMS

When I am not in a city with Time To Revive, I assist with reviveMS :: Tupelo and several of us meet on a regular basis to pray with people in the community and with clergy.  Currently, Southaven and Aberdeen have expressed an interest for reviveMS to come to their cities!  Please join us, the second Saturday of every month.

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Published by Susan Naron

I am a daughter of the King of Kings and Lord of Lords! I am humbled that He calls me His own! I am learning to walk more boldly and confidently in who He has created me to be. My prayer is others will come to know Jesus as their Savior, identify with who they are in Him so they too can walk out the calling He’s places on their lives!

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